Renovations included both exterior and interior spaces to update the duplex home to a more modern, welcoming space for the children who live there. Spaces include a living room, kitchen with dining area, bathrooms, and bedrooms. Features include chalkboard walls in each bedroom, bathrooms with an extra sink in the hall, and a kitchen with large family dining table and extra seats at the island for studying or helping with meal preparation. These are the first of the Children’s Home spaces to be renovated. When all five residences are complete, up to 40 children will have new rooms and living spaces on the Masonic Village campus.